In the tradition of other cop shows like "Miami Vice" and "Car 54, Where Are You?", this series is no exception. The viewer follows the exploits of T.J. Hooker and Vince Romano as police officers, as they track criminals and enforce the law. Written by
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Hooker's full legal name was Thomas Jefferson Hooker. See more »
The exterior shots of Hooker and Romano's patrol car almost never match the background processing plates used for the shots of the car interior. For instance, if the exterior shots show them driving through a business district, the interior shots will show them driving through a residential area and vice versa. See more »
Show was OK for what it was, nothing special. I see that Bill Shatner reviewed his own show. Describing himself with adjectives such as, " Superb " I don't think we can count on an impartial review. Now Heather Locklear, she was Superb! An enjoyable way to pass the time when nothing better was on. About on the level of Adam-12 for acting, close, but not as good as Hawaii 5-0 regarding the action level. Shatner has a lot in common with Jack Lord as regards acting style. Overly dramatic but entertaining. James Darren actually did a fine job considering what he had to work with. He was the most believable character on the show. As for the other cast members, who could possibly imagine any police department with people that look or act like that?
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